Session Title

Augustinian Approaches to Paul: Augustine and/or Other Medieval Authors

Sponsoring Organization(s)

Special Session

Organizer Name

Marianne Djuth

Organizer Affiliation

Canisius College

Presider Name

Marianne Djuth

Paper Title 1

Reading Paul by Paul: Augustine and the Imago Dei in Women and Men

Presenter 1 Name

Robert N. Parks

Presenter 1 Affiliation

Univ. of Dayton

Paper Title 2

The Righteousness of Faith in Augustine's Pauline Exegesis

Presenter 2 Name

Christopher R. Mooney

Presenter 2 Affiliation

Univ. of Notre Dame

Paper Title 3

"To Confound the Strong" (1 Corinthians 1:27: Sermon 250): From Corinth to Africa: Augustine the Preacher and the Corinthian Correspondence

Presenter 3 Name

Nancy Weatherwax

Presenter 3 Affiliation

Albion College

Paper Title 4

Rhetoric and Rebuke: Augustine and Jerome, Peter and Paul (on Galatians 2:11-14)

Presenter 4 Name

J. Columcille Dever

Presenter 4 Affiliation

Univ. of Notre Dame

Start Date

10-5-2019 10:00 AM

Session Location

Valley 3 Stinson 306

Description

This session focuses on Augustinian approaches to Paul found in Augustine's own works. The first two papers concentrate on the exegesis of Augustine's writings in relation to Paul, The first paper emphasizes the theme of women and the Imago Dei and the second paper the righteousness of faith. Both papers attempt to understand Augustine's appropriation of Paul's ideas in the context of Genesis and Romans, respectively. The next two papers focus on the theme of correspondence. The first paper explores Paul's Corinthian correspondence in relation to a few key topics in Augustine's works such as Augustine's love theology that enables him to refute the Donatists. The second paper explores the correspondence between Augustine and Jerome and their competing interpretations of Paul's opposition to Peter. This session has four presenters, all of whom address Augustine's response to questions relating to Paul's works. Marianne Djuth

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May 10th, 10:00 AM

Augustinian Approaches to Paul: Augustine and/or Other Medieval Authors

Valley 3 Stinson 306

This session focuses on Augustinian approaches to Paul found in Augustine's own works. The first two papers concentrate on the exegesis of Augustine's writings in relation to Paul, The first paper emphasizes the theme of women and the Imago Dei and the second paper the righteousness of faith. Both papers attempt to understand Augustine's appropriation of Paul's ideas in the context of Genesis and Romans, respectively. The next two papers focus on the theme of correspondence. The first paper explores Paul's Corinthian correspondence in relation to a few key topics in Augustine's works such as Augustine's love theology that enables him to refute the Donatists. The second paper explores the correspondence between Augustine and Jerome and their competing interpretations of Paul's opposition to Peter. This session has four presenters, all of whom address Augustine's response to questions relating to Paul's works. Marianne Djuth